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Playground Information

Playground

Good afternoon, on your site there is an informative article about the arrangement of a playground. But it doesn't tell you how to make a swing for toddlers. I want to make a rocking horse for my three-year-old daughter, but ... Hello! I read your article about the construction of a children's playground. So, every year friends with small children come to our dacha to visit, and I would like to equip them with a place for entertainment.

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Is Yellow Woodsorrel Edible: Taking Advantage Of Yellow Woodsorrel Uses Information

Is Yellow Woodsorrel Edible: Taking Advantage Of Yellow Woodsorrel Uses

By: Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistFor those of us that hate weeds, woodsorrel sourgrass maylook like a patch of much hated clover.Although in the same family, it is a very different plant. There are numeroususes for yellow woodsorrel. Is yellow woodsorrel edible? This wild plant has along history as a culinary herb and for medicinal use.

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Aficida: definition and meaning Information

Aficida: definition and meaning

To offer you the best possible service, this site uses cookies. To learn more, read our information. By continuing to browse, clicking on ok or scrolling the page, you consent to the use of all cookies.Ok Information on cookies

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 Cilantro - growing at home and in the country Information

Cilantro - growing at home and in the country

All kitchen workers know a wonderful spicy seasoning called coriander. Coriander comes from the cilantro plant. How to grow and care for her is the topic of our article. Having studied it, you can easily understand how to grow cilantro right at home, no longer spending money on buying coriander in the store.

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Nicola Uneddu - Artist - Works Information

Nicola Uneddu - Artist - Works

ART AND ENVIRONMENT Nicola Uneddu, the worksNostalgia acuminata Title: Nostalgia acuminata Technique: Pencil on paper Dimensions: 30 x 22 cm Project for sheet metal work leaning against the wall and base on the ground; color: matt black SEE OTHER WORKS BY NICOLA UNEDDUS If you are an artist and you want to publish your works on this site, write to the address write @ elicriso.

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Dahlia Plant Types: What Are The Different Varieties Of Dahlia Information

Dahlia Plant Types: What Are The Different Varieties Of Dahlia

By: Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistThere are 42 species of dahlia but innumerable hybrids. These Mexican flowering bushes are popular for their diversity of size and form. Dahlias are classed by their flower type and size. There are six dahlia varieties and seven form classes. Read on to learn more.

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Popular Desert Wildflowers – Tips On Growing Wildflowers In The Desert Information

Popular Desert Wildflowers – Tips On Growing Wildflowers In The Desert

By: Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden WriterNative desert-dwelling wildflowers are hardy plants that have adapted to arid climates and extreme temperatures. If you can provide all that these wildflowers require in terms of temperature, soil and moisture, there’s no reason you can’t grow desert wildflowers in your garden.

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Pig Manure For Compost: Can You Use Pig Manure For Gardens? Information

Pig Manure For Compost: Can You Use Pig Manure For Gardens?

By: Anne BaleyOld-time farmers used to dig pig manure into their soil in the fall and let it decompose into nutrients for the next spring’s crops. The problem with that today is that too many pigs carry E.coli, salmonella, parasitic worms and a host of other organisms in their manure. So what’s the answer if you’ve got a ready source of pig manure and a garden that needs feeding?

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Southern Pea Pod Blight Control: Treating Pod Blight On Southern Peas Information

Southern Pea Pod Blight Control: Treating Pod Blight On Southern Peas

By: Amy GrantSouthern peas seem to have a different name depending on what section of the country they’re grown. Whether you call them cowpeas, field peas, crowder peas or black-eyed peas, they are all susceptible to wet rot of southern peas, also referred to as southern pea pod blight. Read on to learn about the symptoms of southern peas with pod blight and about treating pod blight on southern peas.

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Gardening Without Water – How To Garden In A Drought Information

Gardening Without Water – How To Garden In A Drought

By: Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistCalifornia, Washington and other states have seen some of their worst droughts in recent years. Conserving water is not only a matter of keeping your utility bill down but has become a matter of urgency and necessity. Knowing how to garden in a drought will protect your existing plants and can help you grow food crops in low moisture conditions.

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Passionate Information

Passionate

This plant community is formed by twenty-seven genera, combining almost seven hundred herbaceous and semi-shrub plants with climbing stems. Passionate grows in tropical and subtropical zones. Their greatest species diversity is observed on the American and African continents.

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Bindweed Information

Bindweed

This plant community, consisting of dicotyledonous climbing (but not necessarily) plants, is divided into almost sixty genera, which include over a thousand herbaceous perennials and annuals, shrubs and dwarf shrubs, found everywhere except Antarctica and the regions of the Far North.

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Information About Fairy Foxglove Information

Information About Fairy Foxglove

Get Started Fairy Foxglove Information: Tips For Fairy Foxglove CareBy Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistWhat is fairy foxglove? It is a sweet little alpine plant native to central and southern Europe that adds charm to the rockery or perennial garden. You can learn more about growing fairy foxglove plants in this article.

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Echeveria 'Lola' Information

Echeveria 'Lola'

Prime destination for succulent loversRSSFacebookInstagramTwitterPinterestHomeSucculentopediaBrowse Succulents by Scientific NameBrowse Succulents by Common NameBrowse Succulents by GenusBrowse Succulents by FamilyBrowse Succulents by USDA Hardiness ZoneBrowse Succulents by OriginBrowse Cacti by GenusAbout SucculentsCultivationGeneral CareLight RequirementsPotting SoilWateringFertilizingPests and DiseasesRepottingPropagationPruningGraftingArrangingSucculent UsesMedicinal SucculentsCosmetic SucculentsCulinary SucculentsSacred SucculentsLibraryBooksStoriesMyths and LegendsStampsWorld of Flowering PlantsYou are at:Home » Archive for & 34;Echeveria & 39;Lola& 39;& 34;Browsing: Echeveria & 39;Lola& 39;SucculentopediaEcheveria & 39;Lola& 39;Echeveria & 39;Lola& 39; is a popular succulent that forms beautiful rosettes of pale gray-blue leaves with a delicate blush of pinkish-violet…

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Japanese hornet - planting, pruning, cutting Information

Japanese hornet - planting, pruning, cutting

Japanese hornbeam, a solar shrub in spring The Japanese hornbeam, this spring-flowering shrub, is one of the most common shrubs in ornamental gardens. There are a few varieties, with single or double flowers but always with deciduous leaves. The flowers are always more or less dark yellow.

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Honey apple - a popular summer variety Information

Honey apple - a popular summer variety

Apples are a healthy and tasty fruit. There are many varieties of apple trees, among which the honey apple tree is distinguished. It belongs to the category of common fruit trees in the Russian Federation. Description of the summer variety Honey The honey apple tree has the second name Medunitsa. It was bred by breeders from the Moscow State University named after V.

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Container Grown Amsonia Care – Tips On Keeping A Blue Star In A Pot Information

Container Grown Amsonia Care – Tips On Keeping A Blue Star In A Pot

By: Teo SpenglerAmsonia are definitely wild at heart, yet they make excellent potted plants. These native wildflowers offer both sky-blue blossoms and feathery green foliage that flushes to gold in autumn. Read on for more information on potted amsonia.Can You Grow Amsonia in a Container?Can you grow amsonia in a container?

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White Strawberry Plants: Tips For Growing White Strawberries Information

White Strawberry Plants: Tips For Growing White Strawberries

There’s a new berry in town. Okay, it’s not really new but it certainly may be unfamiliar to many of us. We’re talking the white strawberry plants. Yes, I said white. Most of us think of luscious, juicy red strawberries, but these berries are white. Now that I’ve piqued your interest, let’s learn about growing white strawberries and what types of white strawberries are available.

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Common Oak Trees: Oak Tree Identification Guide For Gardeners Information

Common Oak Trees: Oak Tree Identification Guide For Gardeners

By: Jackie CarrollOaks (Quercus) come in many sizes and shapes, and you’ll even find a few evergreens in the mix. Whether you are looking for the perfect tree for your landscape or want to learn to identify the different types of oak trees, this article can help.Oak Tree VarietiesThere are dozens of oak tree varieties in North America.

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Chilling Peonies: What Are Peony Chill Hours Information

Chilling Peonies: What Are Peony Chill Hours

By: Tonya Barnett, (Author of FRESHCUTKY)Peonies are a classic landscape plant. Frequently found near old farmhouses, established peony bushes can return for decades. With colors ranging from white to deep pink-red, it is easy to see why peony plants remain a popular choice. Though the plants are generally easy to grow, there will be considerations when deciding to plant peony bushes.

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